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This program explores the contradiction between the well-publicized women who are members of the "beautiful people" and women struggling for social justice. Describes the rise of models such as Margeaux Hemingway. African-American post office worker Flossie Morris speaks about the need for more Black women in the Women's movement. There is also a discussion of the idea of "Bourgeoisie feminism" or feminism for White women. Produced by Frances Emley, co-production by Andres Alegria. Musical selections provided by Margot Emley, Laurie Garrett, Maria Maquila[sp?] and Joyce Panico. Editing a little choppy.

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